Synonyms for choi_soo or Related words with choi_soo

jung_hye              seo_eun              seo_ji              yoon_ji              choi_eun              choi_yoon              yoon_hye              yoo_hye              kyeong              ki_tae              ji_seok              sung_hoon              yoon_jae              kang_tae              yoon_tae              kim_yoo_jung              soo_kyung              seo_jin              jung_gyu_woon              seol              lee_yeon_hee              jang_soo              ji_hye              yoo_jung              jung_hwa              min_seok              seo_hyun              yoon_jung              jung_soo              yoo_kyung              jung_jae              go_kyung_pyo              baek_ji              choi_jae              kim_kang_woo              lee_jong_hyuk              tae_yoon              moon_jung_hee              tae_woong              hee_joo              yum_jung_ah              woong              seo_yoon              cha_ye_ryun              yoo_hyun              choi_seung              bong_tae_gyu              jae_hee              jeong_hee              cha_hwa_yeon             

Examples of "choi_soo"
Kam Woo-sung and Choi Soo-young were cast as leads on July 17, 2014.
Choi Moon-ju (Hangul: 최문주; born on August 4, 1983 in Seoul, South Korea), better known by her stage name Choi Soo-eun is a South Korean actress and singer. She is former member of South Korean girl group Gangkiz.
Taejo Wang Geon (; lit. Emperor Wang Gun) was a 200-episode Korean drama starring Choi Soo-jong in the title role. It became very successful, reaching very high ratings, around 60%.
In the year 2000, there was a new 200 episode drama, Taejo Wang Geon based on Taejo (Wang Gun)'s life. It starred Choi Soo-jong in the leading role.
She married actor Choi Soo-jong in November 1993, and obtained a South Korean citizenship after their wedding. The couple have two children: son Min-seo and daughter Yoon-seo.
Choi Soo-hyeon (Sung Joon) is a psychotherapist specializing in women's psychology and known as the 'Soul Doctor' amongst Hollywood stars. Although his Stanford professorship and good looks make him a highly eligible bachelor, his past research and life experiences have left him skeptical that true love actually exists. Choi Soo-hyun moves into the space above Go Hye-rim's office and starts a psychology practice where he designs an experiment intending to prove his hypothesis about the nature of true love. His decision to name his practice Madame Antoine leads to a scuffle with Go Hye-rim, whom he then tricks into taking part in his experiment.
My Spring Days (; lit. "The Spring Days of My Life") is a 2014 South Korean television series starring Kam Woo-sung, Choi Soo-young, Lee Joon-hyuk, and Jang Shin-young. It airs on MBC on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes beginning September 10, 2014.
Ha-ru's new figure skating coach, Choi Soo-in (Lee Ha-na) turns out to be Hwal's estranged wife. Her plans to make amends with her ex-husband are derailed when his outgoing friend Hyun-tae falls for her instantly and begins pursuing her.
President () is a South Korean television series starring real-life married couple Choi Soo-jong and Ha Hee-ra as Korea's president and his first lady. This is their first acting collaboration. It aired on KBS2 from December 15, 2010 to February 24, 2011 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:05 for 24 episodes.
Jung Kyung-ho's agency confirmed in January 2014 that Jung has been dating actress and singer Choi Soo-young from girl group Girls' Generation since early 2013. They became acquainted as they attend the same church and went to the same university.
As a member of the "Fabulous Five," Choi was chosen to publicize the international appeal of the city. In June 2009, Choi Soo-jong and six other high-profile actors waived their fees to teach master acting classes at Im Kwon-taek Film and Art College of Dongseo University.
The 2008 KBS Drama Awards () is a ceremony honoring the outstanding achievement in television on the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) network for the year of 2008. It was held on December 31, 2008 and hosted by Choi Soo-jong and Han Ji-min.
Creating Destiny (; also known as Seeking Love) is a 2010 South Korean romantic comedy television series based on the two-volume manhwa of the same title written by Choi Soo-jung and Hyun Go-woon. It aired on MBC from October 10, 2009 to January 24, 2010 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 for 31 episodes.
Lee next starred in lead role of Jang In-ho in KBS’s My Precious You alongside Kim Sung-soo in 2008. In 2010, she appeared in KBS’s war drama Legend of the Patriots, opposite Choi Soo-jong, in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Korean War. In 2012, Lee starred in JTBC’s drama A Wife’s Credentials, alongside Lee Sung-jae.
The 2014 MBC Drama Awards () is a ceremony honoring the outstanding achievement in television on the Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) network for the year of 2014. It was held on December 30, 2014 and hosted by Shin Dong-yup and Girls' Generation's Choi Soo-young.
He began to gain attention in the TV industry when he wrote the historical epic "Dae Jo Yeong" (2006-2007), which starred Choi Soo-jong as the titular founder of the state of Balhae. Jang received recognition as Best Writer at the KBS Drama Awards and the Korea PD Awards.
First Love () is a South Korean television series starring Bae Yong-joon, Choi Soo-jong and Lee Seung-yeon. It aired on KBS2 from September 7, 1996 to April 20, 1997 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 for 66 episodes.
Choi Soo-jin (Hangul: 최수진; born July 5, 1979), better known by the mononym Horan (Hangul: 호란) is a South Korean singer and actress. She is the female vocalist of South Korean electropop band Clazziquai, that was formed in 2001 and debuted in 2004 with the album "Instant Pig".
The 2010 KBS Drama Awards () is a ceremony honoring the outstanding achievement in television on the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) network for the year of 2010. It was held on December 31, 2010 and hosted by Choi Soo-jong, Lee Da-hae and Song Joong-ki.
Choi Soo-min (also "Choi Su-min", ; born April 12, 1981) is a South Korean former swimmer, who specialized in backstroke events. She won a bronze medal, as a 17-year-old, at the 1998 Asian Games, and later represented South Korea at the 2000 Summer Olympics.